Featured Image Credit: David Wolfe Originally it’s a post he made on Facebook which made my week 100% much better when I needed it most 🙂 Thank you David! Week 5 training was unintentionally a RECOVERY WEEK with only 6 hours of workout and no outdoor run as other priorities of life took over plus… Continue reading Training Progress Week 5
Week 3 went by quickly. I swam 2.6km, biked 41.5km and run 11.5km while in week #2, I only swam 0.75km, biked 17km and run 24km. Not at the level like a pro. But I am making some progress *Smile* Gotta crawl first before learning how to walk and run like how babies learn, right?… Continue reading Training Progress Week 3
It still hasn’t completely registered in my head that I signed up for a big challenge – to swim, bike and run for such a long distance. But I’ll get there. Week 2 is over and I’m starting my week 3 already. The only thing I have now is the will to try. The will to… Continue reading Training Progress Week 2
You’re the color of life – Representative of Sustainability What am I going to do without you? Mango and Banana embrace you at an early stage. Kale, Zucchini, lettuce, olives and watermelon are a part of you. You’re the grasses. You’re the plants. You’re the trees. Coconut trees, Palm trees and Mango trees. The color… Continue reading What color are you?
There’s a story about two brothers that a good friend of mine told me years ago. The brothers live on the 80th story. One day, they bought some groceries and came back home. (Somehow they had to walk all the way up. I guess the elevator(s) must have been out.) So they walked from the 1st to the 20th… Continue reading #InspireMeSunday – Tony Robbins, David Wolfe and #realchange
These days, I’ve been very blessed to be surrounded by many amazing people – friends, family and coworkers – who are not only dedicated, motivated, talented, active and positive but also know how to have fun and live a meaningful life. As I’ve been busy making time for those who want to spend time with me in person, today… Continue reading #SelfImprovementSaturday – Making Vancouver a City We LOVE!
“Space has always been the spiritual dimension of architecture. It is not the physical statement of the structure so much as what it contains that moves us.” — Arthur Erickson A few Fridays ago after work, I passed by a mobile exhibition, got curious, went in to check it out and am glad that I did.… Continue reading #InspireMeSunday – Aga Khan Foundation, Community Garden and Global Citizen